Advanced Configuration of the Information Broadcaster in Microsoft Office

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there are several InfoProviders and only a specific one would be required to change and therefore execute the broadcaster settings. If required, make any specific settings for the parallel processing of the current process variant by using the Parallel Processing pushbutton. In doing this, you override the general settings for parallel processing for information broadcasting, which you can make in BI background management (transaction RSBATCH, process type BROADCAST). Save your entries and return to the previous screen. The Insert Trigger Event Data Change (for Broadcaster) dialog box appears. Choose Select. The Process Chain Maintenance Planning View screen appears. You have now completed the Trigger Event Data Change (for Broadcaster) process type in a process chain. You need to activate and schedule the process chain. Now, the Business User responsible for chosing Execution with Data Change in the InfoProvider and specify the required InfoProvider when they schedule their broadcaster setting. To follow this up with some additional information, the first of the following illustrations shows the settings and system view of the process chain. Notice that this particular process type is at the very end of the process chain. This way, we are able to confirm that all the upload processes have successfully been carried out and the data has been completed loaded. The second illustration shows the details of this process type. Here, you can define the particular object that the change will affect. This offers the options for the InfoPackages and InfoProviders (specifically the DataStore objects and the upload from these to the InfoProviders, such as the InfoCubes).
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Once the process chain is executed and the final step is complete, an event it created. This is the trigger to the Information Broadcaster. Any report or query that has been set up to update based on this Change option will be executed and processed. The following illustration shows the location of the indicator to complete the final step of this setup. Notice that this involves the use of the Schedule button at the bottom of the screen. The first option is Execute with Data Change in the InfoProvider.
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The definition of times for scheduling broadcast settings enables users to select preset times that determine when the precalculation and distribution of BI objects is to be executed. This is a very good approach to ensuring that users are only able to select specific timepoints that are configured with the performance of the system and job scheduling in mind. A timepoint is basically a background job that has been predefined by the system administrator. The job name must be prefixed with TP_BROADCAST_XXX, where XXX is additional text that you include to identify the background jobs. The XXX can be basically any length but some identification logic would be good to enter into the title. If you do not use the prefix, the job will not be recognized by the Broadcaster and will be ignored for scheduling. Jobs can be set to run once, but it is usually something that is set up to occur on a periodic basis.
NOTE Every timepoint will be seen by everyone who is scheduling a broadcast setting. You can t set
up a timepoint specifically for one InfoProvider, reporting object, or specific broadcast setting. Timepoints are shared across the BI system. Therefore a good naming convention process is essential. It is possible to use more than one timepoint against a specific reporting object. Therefore, the settings can include the process of running a report both once a week and once a month. The process of setting up a timepoint includes defining the various times for scheduling broadcast settings by defining background jobs as follows: 1. Choose Define Job in the SAP menu, or call transaction SM36. The Define Job screen appears. This is the normal Job Screen that we have been using for quite some time in SAP. 2. Use the following naming convention when entering the job name: TP_BROADCASTING_<ID you select for time>. 3. The options for the Starting event are: Choose Start Condition. The Start Time dialog box appears. Choose Date/Time. The corresponding fields are displayed. Enter the required values and select Execute Job Periodically. Choose Period Values. The Period Values dialog box appears. Choose the required value and save your entries. The Start Time dialog box appears. Or finally the following values are supported for information broadcasting: Daily, Weekly, Monthly and Other Periods. 4. Choose Save. The Define Job screen appears. 5. Choose Step. The Create Step 1 dialog box appears and then choose ABAP Program, and in the Name field, enter the ABAP program (report) RSRD_BROADCAST_ FOR_TIMEPOINT, which is to be executed as part of this step. 6. Finally, save your entries. You can override the general settings for the parallel processing of the report by also entering a variant. A variant contains information about the number of parallel jobs and the job class. If you want to create a variant, proceed as follows: 1. Start the RSRD_BROADCAST_FOR_TIMEPOINT report in transaction SE38. 2. Specify the number of parallel jobs and the job class.
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